If memory serves me correctly, this is the Peace Bridge.
After crossing and re-crossing the river without seeing too much I found myself at Prince's Island Park. Up to this point I had seen a lot of Canada Geese and well as some Mallards that I could add to my year list, but nothing earth-shattering. I did spot a few fast moving white-breasted nuthatches which I had seen last time I was done there.
Past this stand of tall trees and found myself among some pines and came across my first Brown Creeper. My guide book mentioned that these are incredibly difficult to spot and it definitely wasn't kidding. Take a small, well-camoflaged brown bird throw in some thick dark pines and a lot of glare from the sun and you have a very big challenge trying to get a solid identification.
I love the way the skyline stands out against the surrounding parkland.
The one thing that caught me completely by surprise was the marsh area down by Prince's Island. While at the time there were only Canada Geese and Mallards for the most part, there were A LOT of them. It has me interested in seeing what else you could find there a little later on in the season.
My list for the morning ended up being 10 specie sightings, not too shabby for the time of year and considering I hadn't initially planned to see the place.